The Lancet Psychiatry
The Lancet Psychiatry is a speciality journal published monthly by The Lancet since June 2014. It has published a number of studies and comments regarding to ME/CFS, mostly in relation to the PACE trial.
Notable articles[edit | edit source]
- 2015, Chronic fatigue syndrome: what is it and how to treat? - Steven Moylan et al.
- 2015, What makes a difference in chronic fatigue syndrome? - Hans Knoop et al.
PACE Related[edit | edit source]
- 2016, Results of the PACE follow-up study are uninterpretable - James Coyne et al.
- 2016, Patient reaction to the PACE trial - Charles Shepherd
- 2016, PACE: CBT and GET are not rehabilitative therapies - Frank Twisk
- 2016, Patient reaction to the PACE trial – Authors' reply - Michael Sharpe et al.
- 2015, Post-exertional malaise in chronic fatigue syndrome - Frank Twisk
- 2015, Doubts over the validity of the PACE hypothesis - Robert Courtney
- 2015, Omission of data weakens the case for causal mediation in the PACE Trial - Simon McGrath
- 2015, In non-blinded trials, self-report measures could mislead - George Faulkner
- 2015, Methods and outcome reporting in the PACE trial–Author's reply - Trudie Chalder et al.
- 2015, Rehabilitative treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome: long-term follow-up from the PACE trial - Michael Sharpe et al.
- 2015, Rehabilitative therapies for chronic fatigue syndrome: a secondary mediation analysis of the PACE trial - Trudie Chalder et al.
Notable people[edit | edit source]
Dr. Niall Boyce has been a senior editor at The Lancet since 2010 and is founding editor of The Lancet Psychiatry.